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Our Crush This Week: Yvonne Jegede # OWCW

Yvonne Jegede was born on 25 August 1983 in Edo State, Nigeria and rose to prominence after being featured in the Tuface music video African Queen. She also featured...

Our Crush This Week: Tokunbo ‘Tboss’ Idowu #OWCW

Tokunbo Idowu, prominently known as TBoss was on born March 9, 1984 to a Nigerian father who hails from Edo state and a Romanian mother. She attended...

Our Crush This Week: Yeni Kuti #OWCW

Our Woman Crush this week is Yeni Kuti. Oluwayeni Anikulapo-Kuti was born May 22, 1961 in England, United Kingdom to afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti and to a British mother. She completed her...

Our Crush This Week: Bolanle Olukanni #OWCW

Bolanle Olukanni is a Nigerian TV presenter and red carpet host popularly known for hosting 'Moments with Mo' on DSTV and Project Fame West...

Our Crush This Week: Gbemi Olateru Olagbegi (@gbemioo) #OWCW

Gbemi was born on July 18, 1984 into the Olagbegi family in Owo, a city in Ondo State, southwestern Nigeria. She attended Pampers private school, Surulere, and Nigerian Navy Secondary...

Our Crush This Week: Toyin Lawani (@tiannahsplacempire) #OWCW

Toyin Lawani (March 1, 1982) born into the Lawani family of Ekiti State in the South West of Nigeria to her father, Yisah Lawani a...

Our Crush This Week: Stephanie Coker (@stephaniecoker) #OWCW

Stephanie Coker (born Stephanie Omowunmi Eniafe Coker; 28 November 1989) was born in Lagos, but moved to North London, in the UK at the age of 1. She attended St Mary’s...

Our Crush This Week: Ufuoma McDermott (@ufomamcdermott) #OWCW

Ufuoma McDermott (born Ufuoma Stacey Ejenobor (23 April 1981) was born in Benin City to Nigerian parents who hail from Delta State in Nigeria. She moved a lot  from Benin City to Jos,...

Our Crush This Week: Susan Peters (@realsusanpeters) #OWCW

Susan Peters was born into a military family of Idoma extraction on May 30, 1980 in Ado Local Government Area, Benue State in central Nigeria. Her family...

Our Crush This Week: Sola Sobowale (@solasobowale) #OWCW

Sola Sobowale was born in Ondo state. Her father was a retired school principal and her mother was a retired school teacher. Sobowale opted out...

Our Crush This Week: Adesua Etomi (@adesuaetomi) #OWCW

Tolulope Adesua Etomi was born in Owerri, Imo State on February 22. Her father is a soldier of Esan descent, and her mother is an engineer of Yoruba descent. She is the youngest...

Our Crush This Week: Yetide Badaki (@yetide) #OWCW

Yetide Badaki is a Nigerian-born American actress. She acted in American Gods (2017), Aquarius (2015) and Masters of Sex (2013).   She was named Yetide which...

Our Crush This Week: Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama (@somkele_i) #OWCW

Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama is a Nigerian actress and model. She was born on March 23 in Delta state.   Somkele holds a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from McMaster University, Canada.   Somkele started...

Our Crush This Week: Shan George (@shangeorgefilms) #OWCW

Shan George is a Nollywood actress, singer, film producer and director. Born in Ediba, a town in Abi local government area of Cross River State,...

Our Crush This Week: Funke Bucknor Obruthe (@funkebucnor) #OWCW

Funke Bucknor Obruthe (born June 27, 1976) is a Nigerian entrepreneur and lawyer. She is the founder and CEO of Zapphaire Events and is...

Our Crush This Week: Yagazie Emezi (@YagazieEmezi) #OWCW

Yagazie Emezi is a documentary photographer from Aba, Nigeria.  She holds dual degrees in Cultural Anthropology and African Studies from the University of New...
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